Energy attorney Brent Chicken has joined Steptoe & Johnson. His practice will focus on energy litigation, administrative law and transactions from the firm’s Denver office.
In his five states of licensure — Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, Utah and Wyoming,— Chicken has experience in commercial litigation; federal, tribal, state and local regulatory law; energy transactions; and mineral title/due diligence matters.
Chicken earned his law degree from the University of Denver College of Law and his bachelor’s degree from Florida State University. He is a Special Institutes Committee and faculty member for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, and a frequent contributor and presenter for the Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen, the National Association of Lease Title Analysts, the Colorado Bar Association-Environment and Natural Resources Section, and the National Association of Division Order Analysts.